2007

Nanowire solar cell work is one of the 2007 Chemistry highlights in C&EN, 24 December 2007. [download pdf]

“Nanowire powers pH meter,” C&EN, October 2007. [download pdf]

“Silicon does it alone,” Nature Materials, November 2007. [download pdf]

Our paper “Chemistry and Physics in One Dimension: Synthesis and Properties of Nanowires and Nanotubes,” published in Accounts of Chemical Research, is being recognized as a “Highly Cited Paper” in October 2007. [download pdf]

Our paper “Doping and Electrical Transport in Silicon Nanowires” is one of the most-accessed articles published in The Journal of Physical Chemistry B in the third quarter of 2007. [download pdf]

“Photovoltaics made of nanowires could lead to cheaper solar panels” MIT Technology Review, 18 October 2007. [download pdf]

“Nanowire silicon solar cell for powering small circuits” IEEE Spectrum, 18 October 2007. [download pdf]

“Solar cells thinner than hair strand” Times of India, 18 October 2007. [download pdf]

“Nanowire generates its own spart” News in Science, 18 October 2007. [download pdf]

“Powering nanoelectronics with light” Agence France-Presse, 18 October 2007. [download pdf]

“Super-thin solar cells developed for nanoelectronics” Treehugger.com, 18 October 2007. [download pdf]

“Invisible solar nano-cells promise clean energy” ZDNet Australia, 18 October 2007. [download pdf]

“Nanowire generates its own electricity” HarvardScience, 17 October 2007. [link]

“Light-harvesting nanowire could drive tiny devices” NewScientistTech, 17 October 2007. [download pdf]

“Coaxial silicon nanowires as solar cells” Science Centric, 17 October 2007. [download pdf]

“Shining a new light on nanowires” RSC Chemistry World, 17 October 2007. [download pdf]

“Nanowires charge towards integration” Nature Nanotechnology, 30 September 2007. [download pdf]

“‘Blow Bubble’ Method Disperses Nanostructures Over Large Areas” PhysOrg, 22 June 2007. [download pdf]

“Vista Therapeutics Inc. will exploit the vast potential of nanowire technology in biomedicine.”

“From plastic bags to nanowire arrays” Materials Today, July-August 2007. [download pdf]

“Nanotechnik zum Aufblasen” F.A.Z. (German science newspaper), 20 June 2007. [download pdf]

“Nanotech bubbles” Science News, 9 June 2007. [download pdf]

“Blowing bubbles for nanoelectronics from C&EN” C&EN, 5 June 2007. [download pdf]

“Tangled nanotubes ordered neatly by bubbles” Nanotechbuzz.com, 5 June 2007. [download pdf]

“As easy as blowing bubbles” Nanotech Web, 5 June 2007. [download pdf]

“Bubbles may pave way for producing nanoscale electronic components” Yahoo, 1 June 2007. [download pdf]

“Practical Nanowire Devices” MIT Technology Review, 31 May 2007. [download pdf]

“Nanotechnology meets bubbleology” Nature Nanotechnology, June 2007. [download pdf]

“Blowing bubbles-from cling wrap to nanotechnology electronics” NanoWerk, 31 May 2007. [download pdf]

“Nanocomposites from bubbles” RSC, chemistryworld, 29 May 2007. [download pdf]

“Bubbles offer solution to nanotube tangles” New Scientist Tech., 27 May 2007. [download pdf]